Tagged: religion

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Welcoming Afghans and other immigrants – without question

This post: circa 5,500 words, estimated reading time, excluding videos: 28 minutes. Not a lot of immigrants This post began as a reply to one on Facebook, after the announcement that GB News North East of England reporter Rachel Sweeney believes her region will welcome Afghan refugees‘ ‘I would argue...

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Conforming to the narrative

This post: circa 1,500 words, estimated reading time: 7 to 8 minutes. Do you conform to the narrative? This is a general question and applies equally to barmy TV plots, politics, religions, media ‘guidance’ and the madness of the ‘woke’ left. Do you go along with what you are told...

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A Muslim in fear

There is an article in yesterday’s Guardian, entitled: As a Muslim woman I was never fearful in Britain. But today I’m afraid. The author, Masuma Rahim, makes valid points, all of which I agree with. But skirts other, deeper ones. The author in question, Masuma, is a mental health worker....

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Snake (strike) Bombs on a Plane? What if ISIS used a nuke?

Note: This is a very long post. I could – perhaps should – break it up, but I won’t, it belongs together! (2,450 words, if you are curious; a tad longer than a 140 word Tweet!) Snakes on a plane? It could be worse, if the reports in the news...